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Can you still find an NHS dentist in Harrow?

In recent times there have been some alarming news stories about people struggling to find an NHS dentist in the UK – with some having to resort to using their savings to pay for private care or, in some extreme cases, removing teeth themselves. In this article, we’re looking at the state of NHS dentists in the London Borough of Harrow.


HA1 Dental

96 Station Road, Harrow

An established and well reviewed dental practice in central Harrow, HA1 Dental has confirmed that it is currently accepting new NHS patients.

Whitestar Dental

524 Kenton Lane, Harrow Weald

According to its website, White Star Dental accepts new NHS and private patients at the moment.

Harrow Weald Dental Practice

359 High Road, Harrow Weald

In response to our enquiry, the Harrow Weald Dental Practice said, “At this time, our NHS books are at full capacity for adults, and due to a high demand for patients over the last two years, we have had to close our waiting list. All patients will be made aware if there is any change to this”.

South Harrow

Neem Dental Clinic

5 Northolt Road, South Harrow

The Neem Dental Clinic does not accept new NHS patients.

Eastcote Lane Dental Practice

5 Eastcote Lane, South Harrow

TheEastcote Lane Dental Practice is accepting new NHS patients and information is available in a number of languages on the website.

Hatch End

Hatch End Dental Practice

118 Uxbridge Road, Hatch End

The Hatch End Dental Practice does not accept NHS patients.


The Pinner Dental Practice

92 Cannon Lane, Pinner

The Pinner Dental Practice does not accept NHS patients but does offer affordable repayment plans.


Family Dental Care

160 Marsh Lane, Stanmore

Family Dental Care does not accept NHS patients.


Marsh Lane Dental

95 Marsh Lane, Edgware

Marsh Lane Dental does not accept NHS patients.

Edgware Dental Practice

Whitchurch Lane, Edgware

The Edgware Dental Practice offers limited NHS places to exempt groups only.

As we’ve shown in this article, finding an NHS dentist in our borough is becoming difficult – if not impossible – for many residents, many of whom simply cannot afford the cost of private dentistry.

If you’re struggling with finding an NHS dentist, you are advised to speak with your GP who will be able to put you in touch with the Integrated Care Board (ICB).

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